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Leclerc frustrated by Ferrari's straight-line speed

Charles Leclerc was “a little bit frustrated” after Ferrari’s inferior straight-line speed cost him a podium at the Made in Italy and Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. The Monegasque driver finished fourth at Imola and a strong home race for the Scuderia was endorsed when his team-mate Carlos Sainz came home one place, and just 1.5sec, behind him. But after the restart following a red-flag stoppage, Leclerc benefited from a spin by Sergio Perez only to be passed by Lando Norris and Lewis Hamilton to miss out on a podium position by 1.8sec. However, compared to last year’s troubles, the result still represents a return to better form by Ferrari even if they are nowhere near where they want...
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